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by bit added, in politics, perception rules. >> if he is elected, he would be taking us back 60 years. >> this new but it conjures images of segregation, but watching her statement in context does not. she is speaking to the interdenominational ministerial alliance. >> i do not know that a practice that. if he is elected he would be taking us back 60 years. >> he teaches are in politics does not believe that she is purposely injecting race into the context. racial overtones are hard to ignore. >> it will be there whether we say it or not. it is left to the politicians to walk a fine line of making certain suggestions without release saying it. or, you know, sometimes there
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may be real differences. >> early in the campaign, she charged that if for upon it is elected, the city would become a police state. >> he is going to be a rubber- stamp for the police department. >> this expert says the office has a historical relevance. >> it is a very emotional deal because he was unseated by -- who was backed by a white machine politicians. >> he advocated shooting him. >> you must teach a lesson and the only way to do it is with the jail and also would shooting people. >> both candidates are playing to the grassroots supporters. >> the selection is who thinks that what kind of philosophy in
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prosecution serves best their interest. >> following a debate, she made a statement many city residents found disrespectful. >> federal court is like a private school and high rent district. the baltimore city state's attorney's office and circuit court is like a public school and a low rent district. >> she has not said anything that was so blatant that would make you say ah-ha. >> experts agree that any time raise is injected into a political map, it distracts the issues. a spokesman said regardless of race, people want a safer city. he has been clear that he does not believe any lock everybody up strategy, but will focus on the most violent offenders. >> the campaign treasurer for state senator ulysses s. currie
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was charged with stealing. olivia harris is charged with taking more than $50,000 by using an atm card. she is also accused of filing false reports for the state election board. the state prosecutor said that he was unaware of the theft. he was indicted on unrelated charges last week. >> state police are trying to determine exactly what caused the man to drive the wrong way on 795 this morning. it happened around 3:00 in the area near collins mills boulevard. he was traveling south bonds in the northbound fast lane. he crashed into a female driver had on. he was taken to the hospital, where he died. the female driver is listed in critical condition. the first resulted in a woman being arrested and charged while driving under the influence.
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>> the man stabbed and the power plant last night is expected to survive his injuries. it is not clear what prompted that violence. officers were called the scene around 11:15 and they found a victim stabbed several times. police are still searching for a suspect. baltimore county police have charged three men after a stabbing at a shell gas station. that happened after a fight early thursday morning. he is recovering at shock trauma. thomas ashley, brandon burk, are all being held at baltimore county detention center without bail. a man is recovering after he was shot in edgewood yesterday. cody wilson was at the scene of a fight in the 800 block of fishermen lane. that is when shots rang out. he was taken to hopkins hospital. another victim was treated for superficial wounds.
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>> opening statement in the murder trial of kenneth harris are now set for monday. after more than a week, a jury has finally been seated in this case. blacks their work -- >> there were five different jury panels over five different days. hundreds of people were potential jurors. 12 have been chosen. after a long jury selection process, attorneys are eager for a testimony to begin. >> it was as good as i could have hoped. if i could not be any happier. >> they are accused of shooting hair is back in september of 2008 during an armed robbery. jury selection started september 2. friday, it took less than an hour for the final part of the process.
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the people who will decide the case are eight african-american women, three african-american men, and one white male. the four alternates are african- american women. publicity about the case made jury selection and difficult. >> one of the issues was the large amount of publicity that went along with this case. one of the questions was, if you know about the case, can you still be fair? it took as long as it took for us to get 12 people and four alternates who could put aside everything they knew about the case and still be fair. >> those chosen have to be patient and be prepared to hear a very long trial. >> they looked very engaged. >> the trial is expected to last at least one month. >> and attempted murder suspect is on the run.
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paul brian palmer escaped custody around 2:00 this afternoon. he was at the central district waiting to be transferred to central booking. that is when he slid out of the plastic handcuffs and took off running. anyone who knows where he is, they are urged to call 911 immediately. >> on the eve of the ninth anniversary of the terrorist attacks on the timber 11, some area high-school students reflect on what happens. >> the status we spoke to today worked in first, second, and third grade at the time of the attacks. what they remember then is drastically different. >> all we knew was that we went home early. >> i came to school in the morning and saw my teacher crying. she did not explain to us why she was crying. >> then there were these images.
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their parents took time to try to explain what had just happened. >> the shop on their faces as they watched the videos of the planes crashing. >> my mom turned on the television. >> she said, at this is what things can get escalated to its problems are not solved. >> it seemed to like a movie. >> nine years later, students have formed their own opinions about what took place on september 11. >> i went to new york later to see broad zero. that really changed my perspective. all this is gone. >> sometimes, people did not always have the right things -- right way to handle a situation. i do not think that killing was the right answer. >> after it happened, a lot changed.
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now we can see how we have grown as the country. we have become safer and we think a couple more steps ahead about what could happen. >> what the students have learned since 9/11 has given them a greater appreciation of service and country. >> i am really thankful for the people who fight for our freedom and fight to keep us safe. it was a bad situation and our country handled it as best as we could. >> it is good that we have people who are willing to protect us and fight for our country. >> at least one of their fathers is still fighting for freedom. >> i am thankful that i have someone who is defending our country and serving the united states army. that motivated me to go toward during the service. >> students continue to learn about the events of 9/11 and our country is responding. the school has a homeland
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security signature program. >> still to come, cell phone video of justin bieber trade did he break the log? the police are asking more questions. >> it is purple friday and these fans are ready for a super bowl. live reports, coming up. >> can the ravens really pass the ball? he is key to getting that done. " it is football time and it is feeling like a fall outside. i will break it down for you, coming up. 74 degrees, downtown.
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i'm not the kind of guy who likes to hang on the sidelines. today maryland is in trouble. we're worse off than we were four years ago. dangerous debt, higher taxes, not enough jobs.
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we need real leadership to turn this state around. fix the budget -- honestly. grow small businesses -- really. excellent schools -- everywhere. protect the bay -- finally. it's why i'm running. to make the state we love not just good but great. now let's get down to work. the >> we have an update on this story we broke yesterday.
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11 news has obtained a video of the water below an incident involving justin bieber and two state troopers. state police say that two troopers were hits. what a double dense so part of a trooper's uniform. you hear someone saying, you will get locked up. so far, no charges have been filed. the agency is still gathering all the facts. we posted the entire video on our website, >> and the ravens season opener is happening on the national stage against the jets. >> the team is getting fans ready with their first purple friday of the season. >> we are having fun. you have purple shirts, hats. look at this. i need some of those. these fans are ready for some
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football. fans throughout the area are ready for the game monday night. purple friday gives him a chance to add to his collection. his goal is to have a signed photograph of every raven's a cheerleader. >> we get the autographs and pictures of the cheerleaders. ♪ >> all day long, they were traveling around town, signing autographs, and talking to the fans. but the raven's cheerleaders, it is hard work. >> we love the excitement. it is like christmas morning for
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as. >> i am super excited. today will be a great day. we have a lot of great events that out. >> the fans are so personable. we like to see the familiar faces. we have a great relationship. >> take a look at best. he might be seeing this lady on dancing with the stars. you were getting down. >> i want to know if he is single. >> what is it about the ravens that you love so much? >> they represent us well. >> your insta-weather-plus forecast would sandra shaw.
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>> it is a little chilly outside already. we were looking at a little bit of cloud cover that infiltrated the area this afternoon. it is sort of dissipating right now. let me draw your attention to a cold front that is well to our west predict it will move through here with some much- needed rainfall as we head into late saturday night into sunday. right now, temperatures are nd 70's. 73 out at the airport. pretty comfortable. it will be a chilly night, though. this morning's at 54 degrees at the airport, that is definitely a sweater weather. 61, downtown. 77 at the airport today for a high. that is a little below normal. tomorrow will be closer to 80.
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we will see a abundant sunshine tomorrow. it will be an absolutely gorgeous saturday. 78-81 degrees. here is what we have in place. high pressure was sitting right over us today. it is already starting to slide out into the advantage. there is a lot of precipitation brewing to our south. the cold front will track all that rain on through here. here is the representation of that train coming through on sunday. by 11:00, such -- some much- needed rain. that is good news considering today marks state 18 without any red -- measurable rainfall. we are monitoring tropical
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storm, and not very impressive right now. this thing has been hanging around and has plenty of time, it is closer to africa than the u.s. at this point. none of those are concerns for us this weekend. we will see 79 and sunni on saturday. sunday, only 76. by monday, high pressure builds back in. by friday, in another cold front will get back through here and produce a little bit more rain. >> with our football appetite last night, the waiting it's that much tougher. the ravens and the jets monday night. the line of weapons taking the field at each practice seems almost too good to be true for baltimore. he might be the third or fourth
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best quarterback that the ravens had ever had. the latest arrival, they all keep coming. >> you have a lot more leeway this year. they're giving a little more leeway. he comes into the huddle and he is confident. the guys around him are competent in him. >> programming reminder, a purple passion to be seen tonight at 9:00. that is comcast channel 208 and verizon fios 460. we will get you highlights. good rivalry between them.
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nationally ranked -- a game you can also seat. a baltimore county versus eastern tech, highlights from those games coming up at 11:00. the orioles kick off a three game series tonight in detroit. reunites -- when last joyce worked a game that he pitched, he took away his game with a blown call. the perfect game. if this growth became a showcase for what can be good about sports. maybe all the buyers will distract the tigers and led the orioles go for a third straight win. what a turnaround for the orioles. they are actually fun to watch.
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>> thank you.
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>> justin bieber and the water boiling, we will look at video and try to find out if a crime was committed. the very latest from california after last night's massive
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explosion. explosion. those stories and a lot
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everyone knows a fee is a tax. you raised some taxes during that period, particularly the property tax as well as a lot of fee increases. as you know, there's a big difference between fees and taxes. but...they're the same. it's a tax. it's a tax. it's a tax. it's a tax. there's a big difference between fees and taxes. fees and taxes are one in the same. if it comes out of my pocket, it's a tax. now he says it isn't true. we didn't raise taxes. what? still doing the same thing,
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paying out more money. typical politician. definitely.
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>> our weather is falling into an interesting pattern. >> how long did it take to come up with that when? >> i cannot talk that. 79 degrees and sunny tomorrow. we need their rain, so not entirely a bad thing at all. at mid 70's, sunday. a mixed bag this weekend. monday looks nice. a really nice dry wheat next week. -- week next week. >> see you tonight at 11:00.
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i'm bob ehrlich.
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i'm not the kind of guy who likes to hang on the sidelines. today maryland is in trouble. we're worse off than we were four years ago. dangerous debt, higher taxes, not enough jobs. we need real leadership to turn this state around. fix the budget -- honestly. grow small businesses -- really. excellent schools -- everywhere. protect the bay -- finally. it's why i'm running. to make the state we love not just good but great. now let's get down to work. my commute home to the eastern shore every night only takes an hour but that's more time than congress spends reading massive spending bills, it's crazy. that's why i wrote a law that requires 72 hours to read every bill. i read the big bills and i said no.
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